Careful, first read the listing agreement you have very carefully, then talk to the listing agent or the managing broker of the listing office, what your situation is, are you unhappy with the service, what are
your reasons for wanting to cancel.... if you are unhappy with the agent then the managing broker can assign another agent, remember your listing contract is with the brokerage not with the individual agent.
Then make sure you understand the terms of the contract carefully, there are usually some limitations to
what the homeowner can do once a listing agreement has been canceled, you want to make sure you
do understand those terms.... and there may be an advance notice for cancellation of a listing agreement... so careful, there may also be some expenses involved, it just depends on the kind of
listing agreement you signed.
But it is always a good idea to contact the managing broker of the bokerage office to see what can be
done in mutual agreement.
Good Luck to you
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